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There are two versions of puzzle 1 in circulation so pick the one you have out of the below.

The third shape is the yingyang, which represents duality

The fourth shape represents the three dimensions of height, length and depth

Answer = 4
The answer is 4 because a hole =0, a circle =1, a yingyang = 2 and three dimensions = 3



Make sure to count the balls you can’t see but are contained within the full stack.

The base of the stack contains 16 balls.

Answer = 30
The base is 16 balls. The second row 9. The third 4 and then 1 at the top. You might be tempted to think the base is a triangular shape made up of 10 balls, but the stack is too wide for that to be the case.



The answer is nothing to do with the answers from questions 14.

Closely examine all over the cards from puzzles 14 and you can piece together the number.

Answer = 3
If you turn the cards of puzzles 14 over and look a the back of each, you will be able to see a faint grey outline on each. When the four cards are put together the reverse sides fit together like a jigsaw to make an outline of the number 3.



F=L. This can be deduced because in the word SDL’FF the only letter F can be is an L. You may not be able to deduce the other letters with 100% certainty, but you can make intelligent guesses.

Q=E

Answer = 5
The cryptogram reads: Look hard and you’ll see the number you need is two plus three


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Think how many games Hilda must have won to be three pennies up from her original starting amount of 10.

Don’t forget to add together the number of games each won

The answer is 7. Hilda must have won 5 games to be three pennies up from her original amount of 10. Plus the two games Osbert won = 7 games in total.



BODMAS

There are two lemons. Make sure you’re not one of them.

The answer is 8. The clover = 5. The cherry = 2. The bar = 3 (BODMAS is something learnt in school math classes to tell you the order of operations. Multiplications [M] should be done before addition [A]. The lemon is 1.5 and the two lemons at the bottom total 3.
3+2+3=8.



Tis not 2 hard 4 U.

U B 2 wise to give up now.

The answer is 2. The answer to the first part is:
Too wise you are, too wise you be, I see you are too wise for me.
Then to decode write down the letter in each circle in this order 85236147. It will spell forty two. The number you need is the 2.


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